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Slow Roasted Marinara Sauce

Slow Roasted Marinara Sauce

Every Italian household has their staple “red sauce” recipe, perfect for tossing over pasta, spooning over meatballs, or just dipping bread into. Even if you didn’t have Nonna showing you her secrets, this recipe is our new go-to. Usually, developing deep and complex flavors in a tomato sauce requires hours of simmering but Emily solves… Read More »

Bibim Naeng Myun (Korean Spicy Cold Noodles)

Bibim Naeng Myun (Korean Spicy Cold Noodles)

Springtime means the arrival of a variety of lovely things – flowers, fresh produce, and warm weather. But early spring doesn’t always mean consistent loveliness – there’s always a couple of rainy days and starchy batches of farmer’s market peas in April. Amy’s Bibim Naeng Myun – a Korean spicy noodle dish topped with cucumbers,… Read More »

Indian Egg Curry

Indian Egg Curry

Why not add a little spice to your Easter dinner this year by combining two of our favorite things, eggs and curry, in this Indian Egg Curry! While this might sound unusual to even the savviest Indian food lover, egg curry is actually a very common dish in many parts of India. Since meat like… Read More »

Dilled Matzo Ball Soup

Dilled Matzo Ball Soup

With Spring also comes the Jewish holiday of Passover, a week-long celebration that’s filled with symbolic meals and traditional foods including the oh-so-loved matzo ball soup! Even if you’re not Jewish, there’s no better time to cook up a batch of your own homemade matzo balls to nestle into a rich chicken soup. In the… Read More »

Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage

Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage

Having people over for a St. Patty’s Day celebration and looking for a simple yet traditional way to feed the crowd? This corned beef and cabbage couldn’t be easier. Add a pre-brined uncooked cut of corned beef brisket into your slow cooker along with pickling spices and just let it go. After 8 hours, when… Read More »

Linguine Vongole

Linguine Vongole

Sometimes the simplest things in life are the best. The combination of clams and pasta is traditionally a Neapolitan dish but is also popular in the surrounding region of Campania, Rome, and throughout Italy. Fresh clams (or cockles if you can find them) are steamed in a broth of olive oil, butter, onions, garlic, and… Read More »

Boeuf Bourguignon – French Beef Stew

Boeuf Bourguignon - French Beef Stew

Look no further for that perfect Valentine’s Day meal. After all, who knows love better than the French? Cubes of beef are slow simmered in red wine (French, of course), herbs, and veggies for hours until meltingly tender. As it cooks, the broth transforms into a luscious, soul-warming sauce that just screams romance. Towards the… Read More »

Red Beans and Rice

Red Beans and Rice

With Mardi Gras coming up next week, it only seems fitting that we share a classic Cajun recipe. Red beans and rice is a longstanding tradition in the deep South because it’s hearty, spicy, filling, and inexpensive to feed a crowd. Red kidney beans are soaked overnight then simmered in a broth infused with smoked… Read More »

Cuban Pork Sliders

Cuban Pork Sliders

In this creative recipe, Lauren takes all of the components of the classic Cuban sandwich and reinvents them into a handheld slider that’s perfect for your Game Day party. Pork loin is coated with a cumin and oregano spice mixture then seared and braised until full of flavor. Coat slider buns (store-bought or homemade using… Read More »

Moroccan Kefta Kebab

Moroccan Kefta Kebab

Kefta is traditionally a meat mixture, often of beef or lamb, mixed with savory spices like cumin, paprika, and even a bit of cinnamon for some warmth. You can form them into round meatballs or, more commonly, into log-shaped kebabs that are perfect for wrapping up inside of a pita or your favorite flatbread. In… Read More »

Oyakodon – Japanese Chicken & Egg Rice Bowl

Oyakodon - Japanese Chicken & Egg Rice Bowl

One of the things we love about Oyakodon is not only how quickly it comes together but the story behind the name. With oya meaning “parent,” ko meaning “child,” and don being short for donburi or Japanese rice bowl, Oyakodon literally translates into “parent and child Japanese rice bowl.” Given that this simple dish has both chicken (the parent) and eggs (the… Read More »

Mini Pork, Fennel, and Parmesan Meatballs

Mini Pork, Fennel, and Parmesan Meatballs

There’s nothing quite like the smell of a big pot of meatballs and tomato sauce simmering away on the stove for hours. While every household has their Grandma’s carefully guarded secret recipe for the “best” meatballs, we’re especially fans of this mini version. Hannah takes the classic combination of pork and fennel (which most of… Read More »